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The history of the matter in England; Neo-Malthusianism not the teaching of the Rev. T.R. Malthus; The argument of the Neo-Malthusians; The evils of Neo-Malthusianism; Neo-Malthusianism with regard to population; The excuses for Neo-Malthusianism removed, by A reform in general education; [and, or] by A reform in marriage; Neo-Malthusianism with regard to the land question; Emigration considered as a help to reduce an excess of population; Temperance considered in its relationship to... Topics: Population, genealogy
byDurand, Guillaume, approximately 1230-1296; Neale, J. M. (John Mason), 1818-1866; Webb, Benjamin, 1819-1885
ANALYSIS OF THE INTRODUCTORY ESSAY INTRODUCTION. 1. Spread of the study of Church Architecture. 2. Obvious, but indefinable, difference between old and new churches. Wherein this consists. Not in association, Nor in correctness of details, Nor in the Picturesque, Nor in the Mechanical advantages, But in Reality considered, in an enlarged view, as Sacramentality. 3. This probable, from examples, and promises in Holy Scripture. Catholic consent, examples to the contrary, philosophical reasons. 4.... Topics: Church architecture, Christian art and symbolism